The Natural News science-based Forensic Food Laboratory put Chicken McNuggets from McDonalds “under the microscope” to see what people were really eating. Prepare to be shocked and disgusted.
If there are any children in the room under the age of 18 you may want to ask them to leave.
The so called “chicken” was put under a high-powered digital microscope.
As the photos here show (I can’t reprint them here because they are the proprietary property of NaturalNews.com, and it’s only fair that you go over to their website to check this stuff out so they can make some money off of the wonderful work they do with their investigative journalism), the Chicken McNuggets contained strange fibers that resemble so-called “Morgellon’s.”**
They found “dark black hair-like structures” as well as “light blue egg-shaped structures with attached tail-like hairs or fibers”.
You may be excused to vomit. We’ll be here when you get back.
The photos were taken on August 15, 2013 at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab. These samples have been preserved for use as forensic evidence, not that we expect the government to do anything about this. McDonalds is a “too big to fail” company. Think of how many people will lose jobs if we inform everyone that when they eat at McDonalds they are eating rat-shit like poison fit for industry-quality sludge.
They also discovered “odd red coloring splotches,” as well as “a spherical green object that resembles algae”.
Line the kids up for a trip to see Uncle McDonald!
Of course Natural News has to claim that their findings don’t make Chicken McNuggets “unsafe to consume” (in order to protect themselves legally). If you’re a drainage pipe for a sewage plant. They are, however, claiming that this evidence “may warrant an FDA investigation into the ingredient composition of Chicken McNuggets”. “May”?
We should demand a full explanation from McDonalds as to the Natural News findings. If indeed it becomes apparent that black hair-like structures and light-blue egg-shaped green globuled thingies are perfectly safe for people to consume according to a survey of thousands of independent scientists, our apologies to McDonalds for scaring people.
I think everyone should email or call their congressperson immediately and demand an investigation into the Natural News findings.
“Where are the hair-like structures coming from? This is especially important to answer, given that chickens do not have hair. Is there cross-species contamination in the processing of Chicken McNugets? This question needs to be answered.”
What are “morgellons” you ask? This is where the story takes a strange, mysterious twist.
“Morgellons (also called Morgellons disease or Morgellons syndrome) is a name given to a condition in 2002 by Mary Leitao where sufferers have the delusional belief that they are infested with parasites, whereas in reality no such parasites are present. . . CDC [Center for Disease Control] researchers issued the results of their multi-year study in January 2012, indicating that there were no disease organisms present in Morgellons patients, the fibers found consisted mainly of cellulose, which the CDC concluded was from cotton fibers, and suggested that
patients’ sensations were manifestations of “delusional infestation”.
So US governmental health agencies want you to believe that the whole phenomenon is a figment of people’s sick imagination. I’m thinking McDonalds and the government will come up with a similar explanation regarding the Health Ranger Mike Adam’s story and research in NaturalNews.com.
But the woman who brought this “phenomenon” to public attention, biologist Mary Leitao, according to TimeSocket.com,
“. . . refused to accept the medical skepticism surrounding Morgellons.
“Leitao’s son, Drew, was just 2 years old when Leitao noticed an odd sore on his lip that would not heal.
“”He very simply said ‘bugs,’ and he pointed to his lips,” said Leitao.
“. . . “What I saw were bundles of fibers, *** of fibers,” Leitao says. “There was red and blue.” Even stranger, they glowed under ultraviolet light.
“Armed with research, Leitao took her son to a doctor at one of the country’s leading hospitals. He dismissed her tale of fibers and wrote to her pediatrician, saying that her son needed Vaseline for his lips and that his mother needed a thorough psychiatric evaluation.
“Undaunted, Leitao began poring through medical literature looking for clues. What she discovered was a 17th-century reference to a strange disease with “harsh hairs” called “Morgellons.”
“. . . She named the strange fibers Morgellons disease and put the information on a Web site, Morgellons.org. At the time of her interview in 2006, more than 4,500 people had contacted Leitao, claiming they had Morgellons-type symptoms.”
If you look at the pictures of the mysterious fibers at NaturalNews.com, and look at the pictures of alleged “morgellons” at Timesocket.com you will see an eerie resemblance.
Is the US government trying to poison US citizens by spreading diseases through fast food chains like McDonalds, in the same way some people accuse them of trying to poison and kill gay people by creating and spreading the AID’s virus?
Again, from TimeSocket.com:
“Forensic scientist Ron Pogue at the Tulsa Police Crime Lab in Oklahoma checked a Morgellons sample against known fibers in the FBI’s national database. “No, no match at all. So this is some strange stuff,” Pogue said in 2006. He thought the skeptics were wrong. “This isn’t lint. This is not a commercial fiber. It’s not.”
The lab’s director, Mark Boese, said the fibers are “consistent with something that the body may be producing.” He added that, “These fibers cannot be manmade and do not come from a plant. This could be a byproduct of a biological organism.”
Is the US government trying to poison that sub-sector of the US population who are dumb enough to eat at McDonalds? Is this an attempt to raise the national IQ level as we fall further behind the likes of Chinese math whizzes?
Is the US government on a bizarre path of sociopathic control over its own people in an attempt to boost the sagging fortunes of pharmaceutical companies — with continuing wars against the natural health industry — by creating and spreading new diseases or foods that make us dumber than we already are?
In an interview with Alex Jones of InfoWars.com, Mike Adams said that using a $100,00 microscope, he couldn’t find anything in the “chicken mcnuggets” that resembled chicken. He did find lots of strange looking things that looked like silicon gel used in breast implants, fibers, etc. This is shocking beyond belief.
I’ll have a large fries with those McNuggets if you don’t mind.